If a recent sales estimate is in the ballpark, then Amazon hasn’t sold many Fire Phones at all. So how do you explain that it is the best-selling on-contract handset on Amazon?
Sixteen percent of Canadians have stopped viewing traditional TV in favor of online video sources, according to a recent survey.
The U.S. smartphone story didn’t change too drastically in the first quarter of 2013: Android is still used by more than half of all smartphones and the iPhone is still by far the most popular smartphone in the U.S.
Even though it fell 1.3 percent between October and December to 52.3 percent share, Android still is the most popular smartphone operating system in the U.S. Apple’s share grew 3.5 percent to 37.8 percent.
You’d think that during the final quarter of last year, when Microsoft introduced Windows Phone 8 and Nokia debuted a new flagship Lumia, the platform would gain momentum. You’d be wrong.
Millions of people now consume content on mobile devices but the analytics tools used to measure websites has failed to account for them. Now, a system has come along that measures these mobile users — and shakes up some of the traditional rankings.
Gmail has been claiming the top spot for worldwide email providers since this summer. New outside data finally shows it’s true.
Between February and May, Apple’s iPhone saw a sliver of growth in U.S. smartphone market share at 1.7 percent. Android saw smaller growth (0.8 percent) but is still most prevalent and is on a little over half of all smartphones, according to a report released Monday.
Once the fastest growing content supplier in the online video business, Vevo has seen its U.S. internet audience shrink by 20 percent over the last year, according to numbers released Monday by comScore. The measurement, however, does not reflect migration to mobile platforms.
Smartphone owners are driving tablet demand in the U.S. as 23.6 percent of those with a smartphone now own a slate: Nearly 1 in 4 consumers with a smartphone purchased a tablet between February and April of this year. Half of those slates are video players.